Will there be another rain of German medals on Tuesday?
The chances of finding precious metals are good at night.
The Olympic news in our live ticker.
Germany has a good chance of winning medals on the night of August 2nd to 3rd.
The focus is on the long jump and the canoe finals.
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Tokyo - It was a great start for Germany in the new Olympic week: Aline Rotter-Focken won gold in the wrestling, rider Julia Krajewski also took first place only a short time later.
Silver went to discus thrower Kristin Pudenz and the track bike duo Lea-Sophie Friedrich / Emma Hinze.
Will the flood of medals continue on Tuesday?
From a German point of view, you can only wish that, after all, you could easily move up one or the other place in the medal table.
Germany is currently eighth.
Olympia today in the live ticker: Good medal chances for Germany
In the night from Monday to Tuesday CEST there are some important competitions for Germany: The canoeists have the greatest hopes, with a total of four finals on Tuesday.
Sebastian Brendel and Tim Hecker go into the finals as big favorites in the canoe two-man over 1000 meters.
Jacob Schopf in the kayak single over 1000 meters and Sabrina Hering-Pradler and Tina Dietze in the kayak two over 500 meters also have good chances for a medal.
Athlete Malaika Mihambo looked for gold in the long jump decision in the Olympic Stadium.
Bo Kanda Lita Baehre and Oleg Zernikel hope for a medal surprise in the pole vault.
The Swedish world record holder Armand Duplantis is a big favorite.
Olympic news on Tuesday: is it raining German medals again today?
After their world record in the run-up, the German track cyclists are aiming for Olympic victory in the 4,000-meter team pursuit.
Germany's handball players want to preserve their chance for a medal by beating Egypt in the quarter-finals.
The beach volleyball players Laura Ludwig and Margareta Kozuch in a duel with the US duo April Ross / Alix Klineman are also about to make it to the semi-finals.
The German basketball team is considered an outsider in the quarter-finals against Slovenia.
The German hockey men are already playing for the finals against Australia.
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